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Folk Medicine of the Izhma Komi People Living in the Lower Ob Area: Transformation Factors and Actualization Mechanisms in Modern Conditions. Pp. 30–35

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Section: History

UDC

391.6:61(571.12=511.132)

Authors

Ermakova Elena Evgenyevna Institute of Geosciences, Tyumen State University (Tyumen, Russia)

Abstract

The paper analyzes changes in the magic-medical set of knowledge as an important part of traditional culture. Much attention is devoted to natural, cultural and social reasons of the transformation.

Keywords

folk medicine, Izhma Komi people, transformation, actualization.

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